Casa Orozco Silver and Leather Necklace
Casa Orozco in Guadalajara, Mexico, was Designed by Luis Barragán for the muralist José Clemente Orozco on his return from his self-exile in New York. With a simple wall and a door, he tells us about minimalism in 1934.
This will upgrade a white blouse and jeans look to the chic, minimalistic look you embrace.
- Leather cord.
- Silver 925 charm and closure.
- Measurements: cord length 7.25 inches, charm .75 x .75 in.
- Includes certificate of authenticity and care instructions.
- His or hers.
- This is a handmade piece made to order - Please allow 3 weeks for delivery.
Ana Ibañez is a Mexican contemporary jewelry designer dedicated to expanding the cultural patrimony of Mexico through her unique jewelry pieces. As an architect and doctoral author of Preservation of Historical Patrimony, she has delved deeply in the history and preservation of Mexican culture. Always curious, inventive and playful, she decided to use jewelry as an expression of her creative imagination and trained in silver making in Mexico City with local ateliers and designers. She makes all her jewelry by hand with the assistance of select expert silversmiths using the fine silver of Guadalajara.